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Hey!  I have decided to re-tile my shower and for the floor I chose the mosiac rock (reminds me of the river) anyways  I have the floor down and have sealed it twice already but the grout still feels rough and sandy, is that normal?  Is there a way to make it feel smooth?  I am worried that the water will crack it or mess it up.  I used the sealant for water etc..  Thank you Beth

Hi Beth,

Although it's too late now the products recommended would be the non sanded grout.

I would not recommend removing the sanded grout you just have to live with it I think.

Non sanded grout is in the same area adjacent to the grout you did purchase. It is usually in a box instead of a bag.

Other than a slight discomfort I'm sure it looks great....I love the river rock effect.


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